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' BVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLtTLt). T. H.. MONDAY, JAN. 3, 1910
Leahl Chapter No 2 Installa
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 In
ttallatlon. All visiting members of ttio
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of locnl lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Mi-mhrrB of I
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Asso-i
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciations cor
1 HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ciery Mouthy evening at
7:30 in I. O. O. F Hall. Tort Street.
i:. H. IIISNDUY, Secretary.
P. I). Wlcke, N. (I.
All visiting brothers cry cordially
0A1IU LODGE, No. 1, K. of ?.
Meets every first nnd third Frl
duy cvonliiK nt 730 In K. of P. Hall,
cornu 1 urt and HeretnnU. Visiting
brothers cord hilly Invited to attend.
i'. n. NuanNi. a c.
. W ' n. oosi.iNo. k. n. s.
HONOLULU LODGE C1C. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
KlkK, meets In their hall, on King
jl Etreet, near Tort, every Friday ovon
v liig. Visiting Brothers arc cordially
Invited to nttond.
13. A. DOUTII1TT, n. It.
l.. p H. C. I3ASl'ON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third ThurB
Hayn of each month at Knights of
PytliHu Hull. Visiting brothers cor
Olally Invited to attend.
Ii. A. PI3IIUY, Sicliem.
" 13. V. TODD. L'. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
!' Meets on the 2nd and 4tli'WI3D-
NH4DAY ovenlngH of inch month at
,7:30 o'clock In K ofP. Hall, corner,
I Uiuretaula nnd Tort Btrcotn.
Visiting Uncle- are Invited to nt
tnml. II ,W. M. Mcl'OY. W. Prcs.
II. ,T. MOOUI3, Secy.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8,K ofP.
Meets every ."nd and 4111 Saturday
fivmlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of r.
Hall, cor. Tart and Boretnnla. Visit-
?: Ing brothers cordially Invited to at-
r. m. Mconnw. c. c.
frfi , n. A. JACOUSON, K. Jt. B
If II 7X : Tz- ''
I? .J ,& -$M
W ., 1
Oil now Leads all Mineral Productions in the
State of California, Gold takes second place
Gold is in second place among' the mineral reductions of. Califor
nia. Petroleum takes the lead now ,by n substantial margin of $6,000,
000, Ten years no California produced 2,000,000 barrels of oil. Last
year it produced mote than 48,000,000 barrels, a clear train of 8,000,000
bands over the product of 1007. The value of the 1908 product, in
Detroljum. is cctimated by the state mineralogist at over $28,000,000.
At the present time at least one-half of the California listed oil stocks
"ore paying dividends, nnd, ps the price advances, to will dividends in
ij case nnd slocks n.lvmicc,
All investors should ii in touch with this exceptionally urofitable
industry. Now is the time for investment in meritorious oil stocks
Mich as 'c recommend. Ask for an oil book and market letter. Sent
lreo upon request. Our repiesentative in Honolulu, Mr. P. L. Kibler, is
n member of ths California Stock Exchance of San Francisco, and will
bc pleased to impait full information couceruim; the California ( oil
business to those interested. Call, on. or write him at the " Alexander
Youiii; Hotel, Honolulu, Room 50, Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co,, 160
Gcaiy Street, San Francisco. ,
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowen.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Tort Street
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Made up the latest or any style.
Harrison Block. ,
Fort and Bcretania Sts.
REOAL SHOE CO.
ICint: and Bethel.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. S3 Merchant St.
At All Watcbdealers.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORI and KINO Sts. HoonlnU
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come hark.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
Etc., Etc AU kinds c( KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Uadt T(
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong.Co.,
Kinjr St.,Eva Fish Market.
ind cloth of A-l quality can t ini
. 0. Box 9(11 Trleuham Ml
SHEETINGS and SHEETS
nun FTIKi auft PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nlcktl Scratch-Pad for sale
at tha B u 1 1 1 1 n offlea for flva etntt,
la one Inch thick, mads up of two hun
dred ahaata of good paper. Sin for a
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phono C.
Call and see Mlkn i'aton at the En
Shorrctte, the latest In whlto Roods,
Mrs, Slckcrson's clearance sale Is
still going on.
All domcRtlcs nndcrprlced at
Iliom's this week, ,
J, Carlo, loan office, ,ias bargains In
Jewelry and money to loan.
do to Blums today anil get sheet
ings nnd domestics below cost,
Phjslcul culture and massage given
by Prof, llaron, 51, 52 Young Hotel.
Automobiles hack rates. Empire
stand. Phone 213. Bethel and Hotel.',
A. M. S. means American Messenger
Service. Our bo8 are tuns not waves.
Oo to the Fashion Saloon when you
want a delicious cold drlnlt, made
Inter-Island Agent McKay, of Hllo.
cntne In on the Mnuna Kea this morn
ing for a hurried visit.
If ou want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 427 Queen St.
A large' paper balloon passed over
Pulolo vallc) late yesterday afternoon,
dropping KOir.r place lti ih K.tlui'.iM
It was a most beautiful day at the
beach )csterda), still than were very
few people out there to lake advai,'.
ugo of It,
Chnrles K)nn of Pahala, who has
been spending n few weeks vacation In
Honolulu, intends returning tn the
big island next Frlda) on the .Mnuna
Iho Honolulu Iron Works tian re
ceived an order for a new crusher for
the I Idea mill When In operation
this crusher will double the output of
.Monto Montgomery made the Volca
no trip nnd reports tho crater os be
ing very active. Monte also took In
the races, and lils description of them
Is very amusing.
A band of religious enthusiasts
mndo their advent on tho main streets
of Illicit) Saturday night. The usual
warnings ngilnst sin and particular!)
dancing were given.
Manager Wright of the Volcano
Stables, Hllo, Is in town on n short
visit Ho reports thlug ns being busy
In tho rainy clt and the neither ns
New Athletic, underweir, B. V. D.
goods, now shirts nud pajamas. In
light weight and pretty colors. A
fine lot of new suitings at Yee Chan
& Co,'s. King and Dethe) street.
Tho clerical department of the po
lice force would be pleased If all mcr
chnnts with claims against the police
would send In their bills nt unco so
that a settlement can be made.
Poultry and pigeon show entries
mav be left at E. 0. Hall & Son's
poultry supply house, where Mr. L.
C. Abies can furnish intending ex
hibitors entry forms and safe council
till 5 o'clock Wednesday. Liberal
cash prizes, silver cups and elegant
silk ribbons make it worth while.
ino wren sailing race josterday was
spoiled by tho capsizing of the Ivj
which wns sailed by Max Bolte. A
nilu of the Honolulu Yacht Club says
that If any boit sapslze the race Is
declared off. This was done and the
event will be rcsailed next week.
HILO RACES WERE
(Continued From Prce 1)
Kuknlau Hanch, won In good stylo;
time 1 mln. 28 sees,
No, 5 was supposed to bo a race for
lunas, but as there were no entries the
event fell through.
Then too best race of tho day wat
stnrled, and It was the freo-for all, dla
tancoislx furlongs. Thoro wore foul
starters and tho field was well bunchod
together far nearly the wholo Journej,
When halfa mile had been thrown be
hind. Major Collier forged to the front
but Webber, who was running a ver)
different race to that which be put up
In the big event, challenged the Majoi
and a beiutlful race took pluco rlglil
up to the wire. Major Collier got th
verdict from Webbor and I'ocahontai
ran Into third pluco; time 1 mln. 30
The Imlfmllo cowboy race fcl
through for want of entries, anil then
tho three quarter mile Hawaiian broe
event came on. There were three
starters, viz: Young Sam, Genevieve
nnd Princess Armo. Thoy finished li
.that order ami cut out the bIx fur
longs In 1 mln. 29 sees, it was a pret
ty race and. tho llnUh was a good 0110
Kukalau Hanch horses, won pretty wel
everything in sight uml the owner wui
the recipient of much congratulation
Tho laBt ovent was abandoned a
there were no entries; It was a pltj
becauso most of tho people were look
lug forward to seolng tho llrnuco Dust
Many fleldj events were pulled of
nnd they were Interspersed wlfh the
There was a long dolay n gettliif
the races slatted und although tut
evci.ts v"ie supposed to stait In tin
niprnlng iiothlug was got uudei waj
till 2 o'clock in the afternoon, Tin
excursionists who went to tho volcani
all report having a gieat trip ami that
the wyather was rold and clear ut tin
' SULLETIN ADS PAY '
When you want to be SURE to have your
Handled right, phone your order to the
CITY TRANSFER CO.
7as. H. Love.
Draying and Expressing
Woo aad Coal rnoae 088
Q, W. McDougalL Prop.
THE STItONQBST POWC11ED pas-'
senger steamer In the world using oil nil.llBlraion. 1Jv.e mself, he bc
for fuel Is predicted for the Oceanic 1cveg thn, tho ,and ,awil can be ,.
Steamship Compan liner Sierra which .,r0VC) Upon.
Is now undergoing n general overhaul-1 ..The conv'erBaton w, the Dele
Ing at San rrnnclsco, preparatory to'Ea)e,,n San fYnncUco was good ha
taking up n local run between that ,,, ,.,. ..,, .1,., Ih was
port and Honolulu. It Is claimed that
niieu iUa ,i uuruiiiB uiii.iuiu
ueeu iiisiuiieo 111 inc sierra fier eii
glnes will be capable of developing
a speed of Bovcntcen knots. It Is also
claimed that the Sierra will gain time
at sea by reason of not having to
clean her fires, as Is done by coal-
burners, and can ihus be kept run
ning at her best speed from port to
WllEN HONOLULU IS vlsllcd by
the big Hamburg-American lino steam
ship Cleveland bearing the six hundred
and fifty or more .Clarke tourists, the
vessel will doubtless be decorated In
flying colors. The excursion party Is
duo here In Februarj and It Is claim
ed that on the homeward trip over
seven hundred and fifty will partici
pate In the endue, Among the vari
ous secret societies represented in the
delegation on board thn Cleveland is
n large party of Knights Templar,
which Includes Cortland Commnndcry
Number CO now on Its round the
PUHSEH PHILLIPS reports thu
Intel -Islapd steamers Clamllne, I. Ike
like, Kauai and Kalulanl nt Hllo nt
the time of tho sailing-of tho Mnuna
Kea on Sunday evening. The Ameri
can schooner Olympic Is reported to
have arrived at the Hawaii port. Tho
Mauna Kea sailed from Hllo at G:2I)
on Sunday evening and was nt her
whnrf at Honolulu at S o'clock. The
vessel brought eleven packages of
Bundrtes and one automobile. One
hundred and fifty-four luuscngers ar
rived by the vessel, Including the large
party of Volcano excursionists.
CAPTAIN FnKDKIUCK Mll.I.KIt
has recovered sufficiently from the
serious effects of his fall to take up
the work of superintending the pre
parations for departure of the b.nH
Aldon Hesse, which Is soon to sail
for the Pacific coast, taking n ship
ment of about 1,000 tons of sciap
Iron. The aged marine relic Is be
ing rapidly loaded with her heavy
cargo. Cuptaln Miller will lake the
-ommnnd of the Aldon Hesse, while
Captain Thornstrnm, a well-known
local vvaterf router, will ofllclnle ns
SIX HUNDrtETJ tons of cotton
formed tho greater part of the through
cargo on board tho Japanese liner Ten
o Maru, which has arrived from San
Francisco and Is scheduled to depart
for Japan ports nnd Hongkong at 5
o'clock, this evening. Tho vessel car
ried but a little over a thousand tons
to,tho Fnr East. Of the Chinese pas
sengers, forty uro deports, gathered
up at various parts of th iiniio.t
States, and placed under arrest for be
ing In tho country unlawfully,
S. A. KENNEDY has been appoint
ed second officer of Hie liner Mongo
lia In placo of C. Smith, and T. B.
Durron has succeeded Peter Donnelly
ib third officer Stanley James has
boen jirnmoled from baggago clerk to
second steward and J. Alberg, Btore
keeper, has been detached and J. B.
Jamison appointed In his placo. Doc
tor Hloronymous, who mndo a special
trip to Panama on the Newiwt. has
rejoined tho Mongolia as Burgeon,
HOUND KOH HONOLULU and the
Australian colonlos, tho Canadlan-Aus-trallan
liner Aornngl Ipis sailed from
Vancouver on New Year's Dav! Th
vcsboI Is due to nrrlvo hero on Janu
ary 5 ami win be given a prompt iIIh
patch through the agency of T 11
APVJCE3 JIAVBeon lecclved of
the sailing of the American hark An
nie Johnson from San FrauclBco on
Now Year's Day, This vossel Is des
tined for Hllo out Is said to be bring
ing down a lurgo cargo of general mer
chandise. IT IS EXPI3CTDD that tho Unltod
Stqtes. army transport 3horldan from
Manila will arrive, here tomorrow
morning. This vessel Is bringing tho
Sixth Cavalry, which Is returning from
station In the Philippines, Tho trans
Iiort Is not bellevod will remain here
very.lopg. , ,
EVENING AND BUSINESS SLUTS
Choice patterns in English and American weaves.
An individualit y in every suit.
w. w. aHASia & cd.
02 So. King St.
EzMTttiat; and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
KUHI0 MISLED, SAYS GOVERNOR
r.?"VhVlnrt Inw. nlSl their ml-
nQlnlng tnnt couM I)re,ellt us fronr
pulling together In tho future as
we have In the past."
Misled" was the adjective used
by the Governor In referring to the
causes that actuated the Prince In
making his unqualified charges
against the administration of the
We have actually done more for
the people Interested in the Knmaaou
lands than the) asked," asserted the
Governor. "When the Prince mndo
his speech there he wns led astray
by tho statements ;of the residents,
who could have casll,v enlightened
him pn tho true circumstances sur
rounding the poller of tho adminis
tration in the Kamanoa lands. When
I niadc 111) statement to the people
there 1 told them that I ' thought
Borne of the lundi) lould be opened
up with advantage, mid with, this
tnd In view went to the length o
having 1111 expert from the Federal
experiment station make a visit to
the lands uml report on the agricul
tural produ9ts to which tho land
was best suited. A short time nfter
eurve)ors were Bent to the district by
no unu uepnrimeni and proceeded
with the work of making the rur
vejs long nnd difficult labor.
"It takes time' to do these things,
nnd thrcd du)s nfter tho Prince
made his statements the maps were
In tho hands of Mrv Campbell.
"We have done more for the nroi
iiectlve purchasers of the Kamaaoa
lands than they ever asked us in
do," reiterated the Governor, "and
me) could easily have told the Dele
gate of the3o facts."
The Governor appears to be In the
best of humor towards the Delegate.
i.nd emphasized his opinion that the
Delegatos statements were practi
cal!) recalled by the tenor of the
Ban Francisco conversation the
Governor being on his wuy back Jo
the Termor), nnd the Delegate be
ing bound toward Washington and
his Ipglslatlve labors of the session.
Secretary of the Interior llalllnger
Is serlausl) considering tie sugges
tion (hat has been made that he
would II ud it profitable to visit the
Territory and look over conditions
nt first hnnd. Governor Frenr
states that llullliiger said that ha
expected that he might go to Alaska
with, President Tuft, and In that
event would find time to come down
The Gpvornor stated that Hawaii
Is sure In receive every considera
tion at the hands of the now admin
istration and that all of the depart
ment heads with whom he talked
were greatly interested In 'the wel
fare of the Islands.
"Have )ou considered candidates
for' the office of Superintendent of
Public Instruction tn pluce of Mr.
Babbitt?" the Governor was asked.
"I have not had time jet." wns
the Chief Executive's reply. "I am
open to suggestions, and expect to
receive a number of good ones "
During the courso of the morning
the Governor lecelved all the heads
of departments. Including Superin
tendent of Public WorkB Marstou
Campbell, who dropped In tq men
tion off hand that tho Nuunmi dam
was completed,' whereupon the Gov
ernor smiled pleasantly and said
that he hoped It would hold water
a sontlment that found an echo In
the other departmental heads -who
JnmeB II. Custlo of Honolulu and
James J. Dowllng of Heela, Koolnu
poko 06I111 , huvo sold to Mrs, Nannlo
It. Itice or Boston, Mass, Jill their
right, title and interest in the five
pieces nf laiii situated at l'ohaken and
Pupalou, Kallun, Koofaupoko. Oahu,
described In Laud ComniUhloii avvuid
C9GB (tlneo or which' apuuns uro cov
ered by Royal Patent 2100) and con
taining an area of H acies, am) D Jtj
chains. The monetary consideration
was $590 50,
SOME FOUR HUNDHE'Di tons of
coal was given the British freighter
Masunua, which ;nit hack into port In
distress last week Tho Mnsunda Is
ready for sailing nnd will probably
leave for MoJI, Japan, this aftornoon
U1RKFT IS STRUNG1!
' AFTER VACATION
Itcsumptlon of business on the Stock
and Bond exchange this morning foun 1
tho market strong but with compara
tively few sales made during tho holl
All the principal announcements of
the stock list had previously been
made In the Bulletin during thu
week, Hawaiian Commercial's ad
vance of the regular dividend to 25
cents a share Is confirmed nnd other
end of thc-month regular dlvldiuds are
announced as usual.
The largest sales of stock that have
been made during the vacation are, the
five hundred shares of Paahhati re
ported through the Bulletin nit 1
two hundred shares of Hutchinson nt
quotations have strengthened. Tin
cheaper Blocks nre higher. JValnlui
has sold for 121 and Is 122 50 askod
Hawaiian Commercial's 38 bid. Hllo
Hallway bonds nro selling at 9." with
out the stock bonus, olaa sixes have
advanced above par. Pioneer hm
slumped again tn 19G. I3wn Is strong
af 32 60. Generally speaking tho np
pearanco of tho II fit Is tho harbinger
of higher prices rather than tower. ,
THIEF GETS BIG
HAUL OF COIN
Chief McDufflo Is working on n
m)sterlous robbery case that oc
curred on Saturdiy night. It np
pears tlint the store of W. Ileiikliaiui
011 Fort street, an cngrnver, vvas en
t6rcd during the nlght'niid tho sum
of S300 stolen.
Ueiklnne declarer that ho lockol
his safe. In which the moiie) was
kopt, when he, left for home on Fri
day. He was astounded to find that
the safe was open when ho entered
his store In the morning, nnd on
Heaixliiiig for, the com that should
have been there he found Hint It
A strange clrcumstnnco was that
$20 which was In another hag In
the safe was overlioked b) ho thle,
or thieves Beukhuue ieHirted the
matter to thn deicdlve bureau, nnd,
McDufflo 'at onte smiled on the nf
falr. Two )ouths who mo cmplo)ed
at the store wero tiikeu before the
chief and were subjected to an ex
amination, hut nothing or Import
ance was gleaned from them.
The ladB say that Bcakbane did
not lock his safe befoie departing
for homo, nnd Henkhano Is cquillv
certain that he did so. McDufflo has
his own Idea of wlmt became of the
moiie), nud he hopes to lit) the 10I1
ber b) tho heels beforo long.
TOUR W0RLD0NE YEAR
t George 11. Carter of the Hawaiian
Trust Company of Honolulu leaves
toda) by the Teii)o Maru for on ex
tended trip around the world. Ills
entire fnmll) will accompany htm.
He does not expect ty remain any
length or time In Japan, hut only a
tew da)s will be spent at Yokohama.
f.fter which the party will go to
Hongkong, the Straits Settlements,
'Colombo, Aden and Port Said. From
'.1.1.. ,.. ... .... ..-. ... . ....
.ma iiiuvr pun me iium will oe lait
en to Calio, from which tit) steam
ers .will conve) tho party down the
Nile to the third catarnct.
After leaving Egypt, Mr. Carter
will tour Europe and the British
Isles, returning to Honolulu b) wit)
of New York nnd Sun Francisco, lie
cxpectH to be away about one jeiu.
Yesterday afternoon n small girl
was found by Superintendent P.
Itlder ot the Kakaakn Mission In u
room over tho Territorial Stables.
The child, who Is only nbout six
IMira ft flfn tuna annmllnrlu lulnwl.
. M nf IlltD ilCVJIIII 'ttt') IIIIW
cated, and hud evidently been drink
ing some cheap kind or wluo.
185 adltorlal rooms 250 busi
neaa cfflea. Thase are the telaphona
umhr nf tha Bullntln nfflr.a.
The Agency of the.
Now at 1139 Fort and School Sst.
Momla), January 3.
Port San l.uls Lansing, Am. stmr.,
San Francisco Tcii)o Marti, T. K.
IC. S S n 111.
Hllo (special Irlp) Mnuna Ken,
stmt., n 111.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Tuesday, January 4.
K0111 and Kan ports Mauna 1 .011.
Manila via Nagasaki Sheridan, U,
S. A T
VESSEL8 TO DEPART
Japan ports and Hongkong Ten) o
Maru T. K. K. 8. 8 . 5 p. m.
MuJI, Japan Mnsunda, Br. stmr.
Snllnn Cruz, via Kahuliil, Kaanapnll
ami Hllo Virginian, A, II, S. S.
Kami ports Noai., stmr,
Per T K. K, S. S. Tenyo Maru, from
San Francisco, Jan. 3. For Hono
lulu -t-OoverniT W, P. Prcar, Miss
Hear Through: II. II, Bishop, Mir..
II 1). Bishop, K. Matsub.tra, Mrs. K
Matsub.ira, Dr. U. Yumiimurn, Suket-i-.In
Ho Miss Mabel L. Bacon, P IC.
Howe Infant nnd Asiatic servant, Mlsn
Kllnure L)iich, S. 11. Noxon, Miss L.
It. Wing M. P. Boattlo. Lawrene.i
Cooler, II V, Campbell, O. D Hllcy,
C. A Glvens, Vm. Hawkins, Mrs.i
Win Hawkins, II, J, Hclllwoll, David
P Kinagy, 11. It, Uiwrenco, Mrs'. It
It Lnwienco, J. M, Maceiln, 13 J. Muz
zuelil nnd servant, John J. O'Brien, II,
W 1'olhrd, P. M. I'ov liter, C. L Hoy,
Mrs (3. I.. Hoy, Miss Grace Sutton. II.
lVr Btiur. Mlkihih, from Mnul und
Mo'oknl poits. I). Hlchardson, I.
Hlchirdsnii, A. Fletcher, Wm, Dickson,
Mrs Dlckron Miss M, Meyer, Miss L.
Mejir, n Mo)er. Mr, and Mrs. J. F.
limn 11, Mhs Brown,
PASSENGERS BOOKED f
Per slnir, Mnuna Ixia. for Konn nnd
Kau poits, Jon. r. A. Ferimndei', Mn.
Fernandez. J. K. Kelukoi, I. P. Mc
derln, Jilts K. Moore. C. S. Ilonl. M.
Osgood, A. Jones, Mrs. tones, C.
Per T. IC. IC. S. S Ten) o Maru for
Japan and China ports, Jim. 3 a. It.
Carter, wife mid family, Dr. S. Uchtno,
O. P. Wilder, Mrs. 11. P. Wilder.
I'pr stmr. Mnuna Ken, for Hllo uml
way ports. Jan. 4 T. C. Dalle P. II
Sh'-rtdan and party, Judge S, M, Bal
lon, Mrs Sumner,
Malls nre one at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Colonies Per Mciini, Jnny
Vancouver Per Aorangl. Jan. 8.
Malls will depart for the following
points as follows:
Yokohama rcr rcn;o Mum, Inc. 3.
5 p 111.
Vancouver Per Mnnnn, Jan. B.
Colonies Per Aorangl, Jan. S.
1 . -4.
Iliiford arrived at San Francisco from
Honolulu. Oct. 15
Dlx, from Honolulu for Manila, Deo, 27.
Logan, from Honolulu, for Manila,
Thotins, arrived San Pianclsco.
Sheridan, sailed from Manila for flan
Francisco Deo. 14.
IN FOREIGN PORTS)
Monday, January 3.
KUKI3KA, Arrived Dec .31:
Ilk. 8. C. Allen, henco Dec. fl.
SAN FRANCiaCO-Sallod Jan. 1:
Bk. Anulo Johnson, for Hllo
S S. Alameda, noon, for Honolulu,
VICTOIHA Sailed Jnn. 1:
S a Aorangl, for Honolulu.
SAN fltANCISCO Anlved Jan. 2:
S, S Falls of Oicli), hence.
SAN FHANCISCO-Arrlved Jan. 3;
S. S. I3utcrprlso from Hllo.
KAHIILUI Sailed Dec. 31;
S. S. Arizona!!, for Sallna Crur,
II. IIACKmi.ll & CO1, who will rep
lesent the Humbiirg-Amnrlci lino
steamship Clovclnnd upon hor arrival
heio In February with seven bundled
lound tho world tomlstc, nro in receipt
of n laige amount of null Intended for
INCLUDED IN the cargo brought to
this port by tho Inter-Inland sleamei
Mlkuhala wore ,37 biles ot hides, 11
sacks coin, 70 packages sundries and
Dr, hogs on deck, Thq Mlkahahi ur
'I ved from Muni nnd Moloknl poits
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